This article develops a reflexion of the historical experiences which constitute anindex and a factor of the concept of caudillism proposed by Francisco JavierConde. The first section we will analyse the Catholic reaction to the assaults ofthe Reform, limiting the absolute power of the modern state. The subsequentanalysis summarizes the Donoso Cortés’ politico-theological approach to theconcept of dictatorship. The essay ends with a critique of the theory of leadershipthat gave to Franco a... Topics: Representation, authority, caudillism, political theology, franquism
byBaptist Theological Institute of Bucharest; School of Baptist Theology, University of Bucharest
Jurnal teologic is intended as a platform for theological dialogue and debate. The addressed areas are those of biblical, historical, systematic and pastoral theology, and religious freedom. Topics: mission, conversion, political theology, Trinity, worship, puritanism, pietism, modernity,...
Book provides insights into American citizenship and the values the founding fathers of Americans stood for in forming the American confederation. The rise of atheism in America is would undermine the very values the constitution is said to uphold. Atheism is a serious threat to American values and a threat to National Security of America. The Author provides insightful snippets on American political tradition. Topics: Moral Theology, Political Theology, Constitutional Law, American History, National Security,...
byAnthony Paul Smith (University of Nottingham); Ben Woodard (European Graduate School)
Featured talk by Anthony Paul Smith, with a response from Ben Woodard, at "Speculative Medievalisms: A Laboratory-Atelier," a 1-day symposium held at The Anatomy Theater, King's College London, 14 January 2011 [organized and sponsored by the BABEL Working Group, the Centre for Late Antique and Medieval Studies @ King's College London, and the Petropunk Collective]. Topics: angelology, political theology, Pseudo-Dionysius, Thomas Aquinas, Ibn Khaldun, Henry Corbin, Guy...
byKathleen Biddick (Temple University, Philadelphia, PA); Eileen Joy (Southern Illinois Univ. Edwardsville); Anna Klosowska (Miami University, Ohio)
Featured talk by Kathleen Biddick, with a joint response from Eileen Joy and Anna Klosowska, at "Speculative Medievalisms: A Laboratory-Atelier," a 1-day symposium held at The Anatomy Theater, King's College London, 14 January 2011 [organized and sponsored by the BABEL Working Group, the Centre for Late Antique and Medieval Studies @ King's College London, and the Petropunk Collective]. Topics: biopower, medieval biohistory, political theology, Lanfranc of Bec (c. 1005-1089), Berengar of...